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When   Wednesday June 5, 6:30PM
Where The University Club of Toronto, 380 University Av, Toronto, ON M5G 1R6
Cost     $25++ per person (includes a glass of wine)
Host    The University Club of Toronto

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NO ARCHITECTURE: “Toward a Harmony between Nature and Architecture”

A licensed architect, Andrew is founding principal of NO ARCHITECTURE, a practice that creates harmony between nature and architecture. Based in New York City and working in different regions across the United States and internationally, Andrew leads private and public projects known for creating greater spiritual, ecological, and cultural harmony. The firm has built and ongoing residential and cultural projects in Oregon, California, Colorado, Massachusetts, New York, Canada, and China. NO ARCHITECTURE’s work has been recognized by Architect Magazine’s Next Progressives, the Boston Society of Architects’ Honor Award, AIA New York’s Honor Housing Design Award, the Union Internationale des Architectes’ Japan Institute of Architects Prize, and Princeton University’s Suzanne Kolarik Underwood Prize.

Andrew has exhibited work at the Hong Kong Shenzhen Biennale, Storefront for Art and Architecture, the Shenzhen Design Forum, MoMA, and the Beijing Architecture Biennale. Before founding NO ARCHITECTURE, Andrew practiced at REX and O.M.A. in New York and Rotterdam. Along with editing Glass Houses (2023), Andrew edited Ten Canonical Buildings: 1950-2000, with Peter Eisenman. Andrew is an AIA, Swiss REG, MBE, NCARB-certified architect, with licensure in New York, Oregon, and Pennsylvania. He is currently Design Critic in Architecture at Harvard University Graduate School of Design, visiting assistant professor at Pratt, and contributing editor at Phaidon. Raised in Oregon of Chinese and German heritage, Andrew studied architecture at the Architectural Association, received his BA in architecture with honors from Yale University, and his M.Arch from Princeton University.

His recent book Glass Houses published by Phaidon, presents 50 stunning homes that utilize glass to maximum effect. Glass Houses includes work de Meuron, Lina Bo Bardi, Hiroshi Nakamura, Kazuyo Sejima, Philip Johnson, Mecanoo, John Lautner, Office KGDVS, Richard Rogers, Mies van der Rohe, NO ARCHITECTURE, Ryue Nishizawa, SO-IL, Christian Kerez, and more.

Special thanks to Phaidon, and The University Club of Toronto.

More on Glass Houses here

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